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For anyone looking to increase the value of their production, the tommy-Track is a great investment. It proved to be an extremely valuable tool in the studio and out in the field. The tommy-Track camera, on tripod, dolly system allows any camera operator to get that hard dolly shot.

One key to keeping viewers engaged in your story is creative camera movement. Dollies, cranes, jibs and tracks are among the oldest technologies for achieving this. A new variation is “the slider,” a compact camera platform that moves linearly along some sort of parallel track to achieve tracking shots and dolly moves. They replace much larger wheeled platforms, are typically operated at ground level, and usually are considerably smaller and more portable. One of these, the tommy-Track, is being marketed by Green Mountain Video. It's an exceptionally lightweight and portable unit.

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To order a tommy-Track or speak with the inventors email Mention that you saw the tommyTrack Information Overdrive video and get $100 off the price.

Andrea Keating

About Andrea Keating

Andrea Keating introduced the industry to the concept of a freelance film and video staffing company in 1988. And since then, “It’s been an incredible experience made all the better by great clients, fabulously talented crews and the best team on Earth working right along with me.” At Crews Control, Andrea is constantly thinking about how to serve her clients better. That’s her number one objective. As for her other, more whimsical goals, she’d like to invent an everyday product, go to cooking school, and finally learn how to whistle.


  1. John

    I’d like to know how much it would cost for the tommy track the 36” and a custom one that’s 4ft long thanks.

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